Charities evoke spirit of Sure Start in call for bold Labour early-years policies

An incoming Labour government must revive the 1997 spirit of Sure Start and put babies at the heart of policies if it is to achieve its goals, a coalition of charities has said.

The First 1001 Days Movement, a coalition of more than 200 charities and professionals, said a five-year decline in toddler development was a “a ticking timebomb” for the UK, and called for vulnerable babies and their families to be seen as “mission critical”.

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